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Hi. I just need to know what the wires are at the radio. Power, memory,l/F speaker, etc. Thanks a lot! Jerry

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If you are looking for harness details, click Sony Support to download installation manual for CDX-GT310 that has info of each connecting wires and if thats not what you are asking then let me know in details to provide you info.
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